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.DURINd THE DAYS THAT THIS
ha been In proRrc we e net o new record in
expanding llie buying power of a dollar I'or
the HlKiiirii'unce of the jiners we've been quot
ing lies not merely in the fm.1 that they nrc
low, but that they are quoted tin present season
Kuppenheimer clothes merchmuliie who
value Is sUmliird the world round.
No one's bankrupt stock, nothing from n real
or imaginary file. Hood or tornado, no million
dollar purchase from some poor manufacturer
who, pushed tq the wall throws up his hands
tul sells at IB trills on the uolhtr.
' lery suit offered In this tremendous clear
ance is guaranteed to be n 191 1 summer produc
tion from the House of Kupeuheimer, and
purchased for our regular stock in the regular
2o Suits including n specially fine showing
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of Tartan ntalds in Greenock, Cadylous, Raln-
shleuis nnu neiictric patterns, tailored ny
peuhelmcr in June lull styles, now J18.75.
JIM Suits, a specially fine assortment for
around town nud business wear, Itugllsh
checks, pin stripes, chnlk stilpes in greys,
blues, browns and blacks, all In original Kup
penheimer styles, now SIR.
J1S suits, including many advanced young
men's styles in Norfolk, and two-piece sum
mer suits, sea breeze worsteds, woolen crashes
and homespuns, now priced at t'2SO
Geo. H. Prank & Co.
Mavsvllle's Foremost Plnfhfrr.
Biff rpductloni tn lMfef" anil, Wur
ner Oorieta, 18s, JO's. Hunt's,
Miss Dorn Edglngton arrtvoil from
Mnysvillo Saturday for n Visit at tliu
homo of J. E. Smith. Mrs. J. II.
Stnkcr roturncil to lior homo nt Mays
villo tho latter part of Inst woek, nfter
n visit with relatives hero. Mrs. M.
J. Elarity, of Mnysvillo, is spending a
few days as a guost at tho homo of hor
father, Mayor O'Neill, anil attending
the Chnutnuqun. Augusta Chronicle.
RIVER MEN KICKING.
River nnd steamboat men arc mnktng
a kick on tho condition of tho Ohio at
n.-im 20, near Onlllpolis, mado this way
by government engineers. A space of
only one hundred and sixty feet is left
for boats to go through tho puss. The
current there is very Htrong and make
passage dangerous. The Steamer Green
wood with it party of Cincinnati excur
sionists, was five hours getting through
Wo Ilka the children an4 our
studio la theirs whllo they aro
By making thorn feci at homo
wo sccuro pictures of them that
aro natural true to life.
Bring that llttlo ono of your
to us NOW.
Tho Photographer in Your Town.
SUMMER END SHOE SALE.
In following our policy of cleaning up
our stock at tho end of every season, we
have reduced tho prices on all our Sum
mer Footwear. Wo can not ipioto prices
here, but wo promise to please ou if
you want Shoe Bargains.
24 tit BAKKLEY'S SHOE STOKK.
tnwu KliiioiiuM have hud their" price
clipped o third at Hunt's, Not many.
TRUIT PASSING THROUGH
Tho Cynthiana Democrat says: "Oh,
for a wreck t During tho past thirty
days the L. & N. hauled through Cyn
thiana for Cincinnati and other markets
582 ears of watermelons, 15 cars of can
taloupes, 2.'I2 cars of peaches, -I cars of
pineapples, and 1 car of potatoes, and
novcr dropped ono! "
PARALYZED BY KICK.
In the trading ring horo Monday Allic
Biginw, of Vanccburg, was kicked in
tho small of the back by a horse and
was rendered unconscious for a time.
When he ennio to himself ho was para
lyed in his lower limbs. He wns put
on the I o'clock train to go home vi I
Mnysvillo, and it was hoped ho might
recover. Ho formerly lived nt Foxport.
aro now coming in
moro plentiful and
Icsa in prico. Lot us
lmvo jour order to
day and wo will jivo
you both tho differ
ence in price and qual
ity. J. C. CABLISH
DAILY AT I P. M.
UKQKCIIJ COOIM5K AND MYRTUO GONZALHZ
"TONY, THE GREASER"
One Keel Vitaynipli Fealure.
"THE FIGHT ON DEAD WOOD TRAIL"
"JACK AND HIS MOTORCYCLE"
BULLKTT'S ORCIIESTKA AT EACH SHOW
$2.50 In Gold Given Away Tuesday Night.
. t i
Mrs. James W. ntgerald spent Wed
nesday with relatives iu Augusta.
(Mr. and Mis. Ernie White are at
hdino after a visit with relatives in
Mrs. S.illie Stubblefid,,of Dover i
tho guest of the family of Mr. H. V.
U. S. District Attorney T. D. Slut
tery, of Covington, is spending a few
Miss Pearl Haley, of the Queen City,
is the guest of Mrs. Kate Peltus, of
Mr. George Saucr of La Grange, Ky.,
was the pleasant guest of Miss Man
1'eltus this week.
Mrs. Mnliuda Ilorubnck rehrned houif
yesterday fiom a visit to friends and
relatives in A anceburg.
Mrs. Claude MeNutt of Cincinnati is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .John
T. iloruback, of Poiesr aeiiue.
ICev. .1. G. Dover, District Superin
tendent of M. 13. Chinch, was transact
,.- ing business in Maysville yesteulay,
Mr. and Mis. Will Slr.itimm, of Ciu
ciunati, and Mr. Albert Lane, of Prank
" fort, are guests of Mrs. George Kreit,
Mr. "and Mrs. John, Anderson of Ciu
yoinmiti arrived last night to visit her
niece, Mrs. L. II. Young, and other rela
tives in this city.
Itov. W. II. Morris of the Sardis M
JTffi) E- Church hns had a rexivnl at Hethe
n- V?r' i, 'and oruanued a class of 12 and let thr
SH. X7 'Vj-v contract for a now church.
y. f M. i.,.... . Amin !..i i...
.'II. 'V-ifiii, .11 iiiiivuii iltLIMIIltllltMI II.V
his aunt, -Miss Lida Berry, will leave
for Chicago'tomorrow. Miss Berry will
tako up a two weeks' study of music
Miss Maude Kerr, bookkeeper at the
BIuo Grabs Wliolesalo & Commission Co.,
has returned to her duties after enjoy
ing a two weeks' vacation with rela
tives in Falmouth and Mayst ille. N'icli
Many pretty models in 2oc Corset
Covers Hc. SioUl. Hunt's.
Ohio Stato Loagito
Chillicothe at Lexington.
Portsmouth at Charleston.
Chicago at Phil idelphia.
St. Louis at Boston.
Cincinnati at New York.
Pittsburg at Brooklyn.
Boston nt Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Washington at Detroit.
New York at Cleveland.
Ohio Stato Lcaguo
Lexington, 1; Portsmouth, I!.
Chillicothe, 7; Charleston, 1.
St. Louis, 1; Boston, 2.
Cincinnati, 2; New York, 0.
:t; Philadelphia, I;
i; Philadelphia, 1; s,oeoud
Washington, 2; Detroit, 3; ten in
nings. New York, .'I; Cleveland, 2; first
game; tea innings.
New York, 8; Cleveland, 0; second
Huston, I; Chicago, 0.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
- Mr. Harry B. Oweiw left Wednesday
afternoon for Chattanooga, In response
to a telegram from his firfn asking him
to report for big business. Mrs. Owens St. Louis .....45
and their son, Perrine, will remain for Now York 41
somo time longer. Cleveland . ..' 20
v. mMi. v v.
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Ohio State League
Charleston 14 10
Chillicothe P 11
Lexington 12 12
Portsmouth . . . 12 ' 12
New York .'2 H4
Chicago ."2 40
St. Louis .11 :i
Boston t.'l 15
Cinciuuuti -Ill IS
Philadelphia 40 40
Pittsburg 30 48
Brooklyn 30 49
LOOKS LIKE YOUNG
Mason County Man May Be the Democratic
Congressional Nominee in Tomor
row's Primary Election
The Colonel Has Made a Remarkable Canvass and
Friends Say He Will Sweep the Ninth District
That the Democratic political map of the Ninth
Congressional District is about to undergo a change
seems to be self-evident if there are. any "sure
things" in the prognostications of men who know
which way the wind is blowing.
The most interesting fight in this district is the
race for the Democratic Congressional nomination.
The contest opened with Fields in the lead
against all comers, then Haney entered and was
hot on Fields' trail. Now there is a new Richmond
in the arena, and he. in a few short weeks, is not
only makes Fields and Haney sit up and look scar
ed, but it looks to the knowing ones, like this new
entrant will be the winner in tomorrow's Primary.
His name is Col. James Monroe Young of Mays
ville, and his father was the late Hon. John D.
Young of Bath county, who represented the Ninth
District in Congress with distinguished credit and
Col. Young is making a most remarkable cam
paign. The mountains counties are said to be
aflame for him.
Mr. E. L. Manchester, who was in Lawrence
county this week, declares that every Democratic
voter he met is for Young.
Hon Edgar B. Hager. of Ashland, who is one
of Col. Young's leading supporters, sent the follow
ing telegram to County Judge W. H. Rice of this
city. It was dated at Cattletsburg. Ky.. and read:
"J. M. YOUNG HAS MADE A FINE
IMPRESSION HERE AND I HAVE NO
DOUBT HE WILL WIN THE NOMIN
ATION. I TRUST WE WILL ALL
STAND TOGETHER TO THIS END." .
Keep your cyr on Young.
(Jtiage marks 4.0 and falling.
It is reported tlint Capt. Ben. Pattison
will resume command of the steamer
Cornier in the near futuie.
PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY AND
SATURDAY; CONTINUED COOL.
MAYSVILLE PRODUCE MARKET
Following are this morning's quot
tions on country produce, telephoned at
9 o'clock by tho K. L. Manchester Pro
Old hens 12c
Spring chickens lie
Old roosters 6c
Mr. .lohn Brisbois is
todny on business.
Handsome now 5 and 0 Silk Crepe
Blouses 3.0S Hunt's.
M.J.1 Q.,w.od "3" Electric
Mllaf ua tlirtui- I27S
H.J.1 Bruiwbk "25" .,u.
mow- Ebctrlc liitlif u4
AYBE it is an old fashioned
idea this notion of nuttine all
the value possible into the car
itself and as little as possible
into overhead expense
But it has eiven the Paifre a nosi-
tively dominant position among
cars of medium price
Ample capital for operating pur
posesno Dondea indebtedness
no excessive capitalization no
heavy overhead of any kind to be
Just a full dollar of car value for
every dollar of the selling price.
Is it any wonder that the Paige is
going to be oversold again this
year in spite of increased produc
tion? Tha Pali.-Drfrelt Mttor Car Co.. Dttrolt. MlcL
Central Garage Co.,
There are in the United States about
125,000 tolephono girls.
A most attractive lino of Seamless
Brussels Hugs, room sie, now .50 at
Great Britain imports more 'than 20,
000,000 bottles of miueiul waters an
New Panel Petticoats $1.25. New
Separato Skirts, long tunics, black and
colors, ;Hi.50. Hunt's.
Another good thing about a Scotch
innu is that liu hardly ever asks you foi
Among tho 1,500 inhabitants in the
Joliet, III., prison theio is not one
Haihoads after June 30, ,1915, will bo
compelled to keep their accounts .to
show separately the costs of freight ami
passenger service, according to an order
by the Interstate Commerce coinmis
C. AND O. BUYS OARS.
Two houses occupied by colored peo
ple ut Plemingshurg and owned by I'r.
Skinnor, burned last night.
Mr. A. II. Thompson wires iroin Mar
riotta, Oa., that his daughter, Mrs. A.
P. Abbott is somewhat improved.
'Mrs. C. It. Valentino and son Thomas
Arnold nro visiting her parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. C. J. Arnold at Danville, 111.
Mrs. I). M. Curry left yesteulay aft
emoon for Newport. She will accom
pany tho remains of. Mrs. Margaret
Kinney to this city toda'y- .
Prankfort. The Chesapeake and Ohit
Itailwny Company filed a railroad equip
nieiit contract with the Central Locoino
tho and Car Works, of Maine, with Sec
rotary of Stato Crecelius. ThuMocoino
tho and ear works agreed to furnish
the company with 310 steel uuder-frnine
thirty-six-foot box cars, 00,000 pounds
capacity, for $25,000.
Cincinnati, July 30. Keceipts for thr
past 21 hours aro as follows:
Cattle, (Kill; hogs, 2333; sheep, 5,730.
Cattle Steady on good; slow nnd
weak on other grades. Shippers $7.35
8.50, extra fS.75(rT!l; butcher steers, e
tra 8(5)8.25, good to choice f 7(r7)7.!l.
common to fair H.75(ii'(i.7i,i; heifers, e.
tra is, gooil to choice $7.25(fj)".'.i0.
Bulls Dull at yesterday's closing
prices. Bologna ,f5.(!0(i.25, extra f(i.40
(11.50, fat bulls 1(5.250.75.
i.Mllcli cows Slow and steady.
Calves Steady. KUra 1.l0.25in.50,
fair to good tf7.50I0, common and
Hogs Shiw and 5e to 10c lower. Se
lected heavy .f0il.15, good to choice
packers and butchers $9.159.25, mixed
packers f0.10!l.20, stags f5.507.1l.
Sheep Steady. Lxtra $1.05, good to
choice f l.25l.(i(), common to fair $2.50
4, heavy sheep, $3.501.
Spring Lambs Steady. Ktra fS.35
S.10, good to choice f.7.(i(lS.30, com
mon to fair 5.257.50.
Wheat firm, 01!(Jc; corn easy, 81 &
82e; o.its steady, 353(ic; rye firm, 70
Butter linn, eggs firm, prime firsts,
10c; firsts, lll7c; seconds, 12c; poul
try easy, hens, UM-c; springers, 17
20c; turkeys, 15c.
HAS MOVED Woo Jun, proprietor of
tho Chinese, laundry in Market street
en account of promises to bo torn
down has moved to 14D E. Third St.,
adjoining tho Donovan corner. Al!
laundry called for and deliverod.
WOO JUN. JyO-lm
UNFORTUNATE DEATH RECALLED
MrH. John D. Muse and daughter,
Miss Julia, writes to their friends from
Chautauqua Lake, Now York, that they
aro enjoying a delightful visit.
Miss Martha Trapp writes from De
trolt, Mich., that she is enjoying herseu
in nnd around Detroit this hot weather,
but thero is no place like Maysville
'Mr. Everett Cooper ot Vancotiurg,
wns in Maysville yesterday and called
on Tho Ledger. Mr. Cooper was the
fiance of Miss Daisy Chalkloy, who was
drowned near Concord recently. The
couple were to have been married this
fall. Mr. Cooper informed us that Miss
Chalkloy was unusually anxious to go iu
bathing thoiKuud.iy she lost hor life and
insisted that they all must go in.
AIDS SAFETY WORK.
WANTED Work, general housework
or on a farm by Elmer Carr, colored,
age.l 10, 330 East Fourth street.
FOU SALE Thieo burner gasoline
stove on stnnd with oxen. Apply to
Mrs. Mollie Sherwood, 11. It. 3.
Saturday at Hoeflich's !
3 CENTS BUYS
Phoico of a lot of Lawn worth from fie to 8c a van?
8 CENTS BUYS J
Choice of a big lot of Crepoi, Imwns, Oinghnms, Etc. worth
up to 5 cents. '
10 CENTS BUYS
Choice of all out Crepes, Voiles, Ifatines, worth up to Me
n jnrd. '
Loveliest Windsoi Ties in town, now Itomnit Stripes, Onibro
and Crepes. ' '
A stock of Kibbons beyond comparison with nny in this par
Kentucky. Jt.bbons at 10c, 15c, 10c, ami 25c; wonderfulh
A stock of Lares so attractivoly priced that you cannot resist
buying. All the newest in Val, Shadow and Not Laces.
All Summer Hoods greatly reduced. Some line goods just half
Very Special Bargain ('hole,. f ., t of Children's Under
wear 10 cents a gainient; some were 25 cents; all worth more.
Hugs specially low priced.
ROBERT L. H0EFLICH
211 and 213 MARKET STREET.
Attend the Cut Price Sale Vo.
the X. V Storo tomorrow.
BAD ON THE DOCTORS.
Santford Pleasant, of color, in his
03rd yenr, died Monday at ins homo at
I'leasantville. lie had never had a doc
tor to see hiin nnd had never taken a
doso of medicine, to which fact he at
tributed his long life. As no doctor
had e'er attended him they had to ap
ply to tho County Health officer to is
sue a certificate of death.
Marvin Lee, wife and babe returned
to their home in Maysville Saturday
night after a short visit to her parent
(3. C. Browning, "Curt." his wife and
nephew, Mnstei L'.isley Emus, of Mays
ille, hate been guests of the family of
J. E. Browning this week.
Mrs. Sarah A. Powers, Mrs. J. O.
Wadsworth and Muster Joe Wadswortli,
came up from Maysville Wedneidn
morning to visit the family of E. II
Kenner and attend Chautauqua.
Mrs. Alice B. Power returned Satur
day from Maysville and will resume
housekeeping at her Water street home
Mrs. Dr. Edwin Matthews came iu
Tuesday afternoon to assist her iu fi
In .Indue Pulton's eouit Wednesday
Ott Junes and ('has. rimcuco pie id
guilty to seining iu Fleming eieek and
wero fined $25 and costs each, which
they replevied. The cases ag.inst the
parties from near Muses MilN were con
tinned on account of an absent wit
W. S. Neal, of Bethel, Ohio, has boon
appointed a copyist in tho Navy Department.
Tho Bank of L'ngland hns raised its
discount rate to I per cent, on ncconnt
of tho war.
A labor famine is expected to result
by a half million workmen in tho U. S.
returning to Europe to join war forces.
Danville, III. .Joseph 0. Cannon, for
mer Speaker of the National House,
made formal announcement of his candi
dacy for Representative from the
Eighteenth Illinois Congressional District.
Our Colored Citizens.
Mr. Otis Wood, colored, aged 30,
chauffeur, Huntington, W a., and Miss
Elizabeth Bojl, of Masville were mar
ried !, Rev. Jackson. .
s s imp
The Girt of Mystery series, with
firace Oonartl anil Francis Ford
Four Big Reels
of Pictures For
A Summer-Time Dialogue
Under Electric Breezes
"Isn't it n treat to get a bito to cat In hero. Cool when
there's not a breath of air stirring elsewhere."
"Thnt's why I'm hero. That electric fan is a wonder. Wish
wo had one nt the office. I'm raoro comfortable, right HERE
than I've been nil day mid it's sizzling outside."
Just u fragment of ordinary chatter overheard in n Quick
Lunch place, but Hiiro's n big commercial Truth buck of it.
People DO find out where tho comforts nre greatest.
G-E Electric Fans
are keeping people cool nt nil hours of. the day, w hethcrnt restau
rant, home, or plnco of business. We can show you tho ceiling
typo of fans for storo or restaurant or the desk type for home or
office. Three different speeds regulating the circulation of uir.
Finished, if jou uHi, in colors to suit the surroundings.
Kill MAI.B 11V
. THE ELECTRIC SHOP
MAYSVILLE GAS CO.
FOR SALE So.l.i fountain, 5-gallon ice
cream freeer, ice box, and water
cooler. Cheap if sold at once. Con
ova Pierce, It. D. No. 3. 31-3t
EXODUS FROM CINCINNATI
Hosts of foreigners will bogiu to leave
Cincinnati before tho end of tho week
to join tho fnthorlnnd armies as the vnu
The Chesapeake and Ohio roads has
jssucd an illustrated circular bearing on
tho "safety first" poTicy which has
been adopted by practically all of the
huge railway systems of the county
The circular Is for general distribution
and covers many of tho points which the
railroad is endeavoring to plneo bofore
its employees nnd tho public ut large
FOR RUNT Tho largo room over the
Sullio S. Wood Drugstore, Market and
Second streets. Apply at tho drug
FOR HUNT A nowly repaired cottago
in first class condition. James fl. Daw
son. 30 Ot
LOST Between Mr. W. 1). Cochran's
residence and my home, half moon
gold ear ring. If found ploaso re
turn to Mary Nelson, Wost ourth
St., nnd receive liberal reward.
of ptobably 0,000 men who will go to in ordor that tho number of acciilentn
tho frojit from Cincinnati, unless tho tuny be ni(nlmizod.vTho circular is ciu-
LOST Inner tubo for mptor ijyelti iu
black case, somowhero betweou Wash
ington nud East Forest avonuo. Find
er ploaso return to this offico or Ralph
flrinin, Forost avonuo, nnd receive
reward. 28 jtt
jwnij elSud pasaea, It was s,atd l the ! ouatvrt "tp guldo nil thoScf who 'must 'LOST sSilvor cignrotto eaio. Iteturu
fleadors' of 'the patriotic demonstrations 'como.'in contact with t)o road, '(; v,' to this office ami roooivo reward.
j" ; 5 MW fit SWW ?! ?
11 Mi m n
URa QnimrA Willi
fi Yourself j
3 $ Get all the clothes value possible.
Hart. Schaffner & Marx and Ederheim-J
$ er, Stein clothes always yield the greatest S
U profit in worth and satisfaction. Any manj
S who has worn them will tell you that.
J Bright new spring and summer goods.!
ft Amazing values at 25 off.
J. WESLEY LEE,
THP finnn CLOTHES HAN. SenonrJ and Hnrknt StrRPts
$25.00 values $18.75
$22.50 values $16.50
$20.00 values $15.00
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